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May 6th, 2013
JOHNSONBURG â€“ Late Monday morning, Michelle Bowley reported that her mother, Carla Geer, and 4-year old granddaughter, Braelynn Bowley, were sitting outside Carla'a house at 502 2ndÂ StreetÂ when little Braelynn told Carla "Grandma, you've got smoke coming out of your house."
The man charged with the Jan. 8 gunpoint robbery of a Johnsonburg bank was sentenced Monday in Elk County Court to serve five to 10 years in state prison.
A Ridgway man charged with setting fire to his father's Johnsonburg rental property pleaded guilty in Elk County Court Monday to a felony charge of arson and related offenses.
KERSEY â€“ The Elk County Veterinary Clinic (ECVC) is now offering a full-service large animal division along with emergency services after bringing Dr. Megan Cassels-Conway on board just over two weeks ago.
WILCOX â€“ The piano and voice students of Grace Notes Studio of Wilcox recently presented their 15th Annual Spring Recital.Â Students from Johnsonburg, Wilcox, Kane, St. Marys and Mt. Jewett, ranging in age from 7 to adult, performed a variety of music styles for a large audience.Â Students were given a round of applause for their performances.
ST. MARYS â€“ The steady rise in gold prices has seen a jump in the number of buyers for the precious metal, but one traveling antique and collectibles roadshow, scheduled to hit town this week, is also looking for those not so run-of-the-mill items owners may think to be worthless.
Solid Waste Authority (SWA) enforcement officer Dave Stubber reported on two active investigations during the latest SWA meeting.
At 7:15 p.m. Monday night Ridgway resident and author Dale E. Fox will be departing from JFK Airport to begin a new life overseas.
Illegal dumping has become an issue of concern yet again as members of the Elk County Solid Waste Authority (SWA) discussed during their recent meeting.
WILLIAMSPORT â€“ Federal public defenders for an Emporium man charged with the August 2012 carjacking of a bank employee at gunpoint have succeeded in once again postponing the trial, this time citing the adverse impacts of federal budget sequestration cuts on their legal practice.